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From "Hamedani, Masoud" <mas...@agape.hanyang.ac.kr>
Subject Re: difference between development and production platform???
Date Wed, 28 Sep 2011 03:19:17 GMT
Special Thanks for your help Arko,

You mean in Hadoop, NameNode, DataNodes, JobTracker, TaskTrackers and all
the clusters should deployed on Linux machines???
We have lots of data (on windows OS) and code (written in C#) for data
mining, we wana to use Hadoop and make connection between
our existing systems and programs with it.
as you mentioned we should move all of our data to Linux systems, and
execute existing C# codes in Linux and only use windows for
development same as before.
Am I right?

Thanks,
B.S
Masoud.

2011/9/28 Arko Provo Mukherjee <arkoprovomukherjee@gmail.com>

> Hi,
>
> A development platform is the system (s) which are used mainly for the
> developers to write / unit test code for the project.
>
> There are generally NO end users in the Development system.
>
> Production platform is where the end users actually work and the
> project is generally moved here only after it is tested in one / more
> test platforms.
>
> Typically, if the developer is the end user, which it is in some
> cases, (even more likely for University projects) there's generally no
> need to make your project run on separate production or test
> system(s).
>
> The documentation means that you can use Hadoop in WIn32 for
> developing your code, but finally if you use that code and then run
> production boxes on Win32 (i.e end users are using a Win32 Hadoop
> system), then that is not supported.
>
> Correct me guys if I am wrong.
>
> Thanks & regards
> Arko
>
> On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 9:32 PM, Hamedani, Masoud
> <masoud@agape.hanyang.ac.kr> wrote:
> > Dear Friends,
> >
> > Im new in hadoop for an important data mining university research, i saw
> > these sentences in different hadoop related docs:
> >
> > { Win32 is supported as a *development platform* not as a *production
> > platform*, but Linux supported both. }
> >
> > whats difference between *development platform and * *production platform
> > ???
> > *it means dataNode and nameNode??
> >
> > Thanks,
> > B.S
> >
>

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